BIRNS Choose ESNE for New England Sales

Press Release
Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Electronic Sales of New England (ESNE) to promote BIRNS Subsea Connector sales.

BIRNS, Inc., an ISO 9001:2008 certified global leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance connectors, custom cable assemblies and lighting systems, has signed an agreement with Electronic Sales of New England (ESNE) appointing it the company’s newest sales representative.

The agreement includes sales and support of BIRNS’ high performance electrical, coaxial, optical, electro-coax, electro-optical and electro-opto-mechanical hybrid connectors. The territory for ESNE’s sales efforts on behalf of BIRNS includes Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

With more than 35 years experience, ESNE is the largest and longest continuously run manufacturers’ representative firm in the Northeast serving the oceanographic community.   “We are thrilled to partner with a well respected, successful team like ESNE,” says Eric Birns, BIRNS President and CEO. “We expect that the organization’s deep industry expertise and excellent customer service will solidify our brand and help us gain market share in this key part of the U.S.”
 

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